SLIGHTLY PERFECT by George Malcolm-Smith

SLIGHTLY PERFECT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Loud and long-winded screwballiana, which you can credit for exertion and for little else. All about Milton Hawkins, an over- regular young man who goes irregular. Milton, an actuary, connected with a Hartford insurance plan, never errs. When he does, he is put off-balance, joins a carnival, pals with groups of freaks and nuts, and even tries his own hand at a stunt or so. Kinda corny -- tassels and all -- but for a rough and ready sense of farce, it may go.

Pub Date: July 8th, 1941
Publisher: Random House